You get the feeling you’ve discovered a completely private beach at Sol D’en Serra, where a sandy, rocky roadway leads into to a magical tiny cove with incredulous views of the surrounding cliffs, the Mediterranean Sea and the pebbly beach making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza.
Location: Less than one kilometre from the popular tourist beach Cala Llonga on the island’s east coast.
Who goes there: Spot scuba divers and snorkelers gliding through the crystal clear waters, early morning yoga gurus practicing on the beach, plus glamorous yachts with their jet set owners are moored just offshore, cruising in for a luxurious lunch or dinner.
When to go: The sunrise from Sol d’en Serra is breathtaking and the morning sun here is definitely the best. Because of the positioning of the cliffs, shade falls over the beach from about 6pm, so be sure to allow yourself enough time to lap it up!
White Ibiza loves: Feeling like you’ve stumbled onto a millionaire’s private beachfront… although of course the beach is public and free to all, there’s just something so special about its intimate size and picture perfect backdrop. You’ve literally got to see it to believe it.
How to get there:
From Ibiza, follow the road to Santa Eulalia and take a right to Cala Llonga at the main roundabout. Follow the road to Cala Llonga until the T-junction and then turn right when you reach a wide off-road path – follow this to the cliff and you’ve reached Sol d’en Serra.
From Ibiza Town: 20-minute drive. From San Antonio: 25-minute drive.
Restaurants on Sol Den Serra
‘Hello lover,’ she whispered breathily in anticipation, strolling down a rocky Ibiza pathway, surrounded by striking cliffs and with the twinkle of the Mediterranean Sea